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The 73rd Governor of the U.S. state of Maine since 2003 till Jan. 2011.
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ENG: John Elias Baldacci (born January 30, 1955) is an American politician who served as the 73rd Governor of the U.S. state of Maine from 2003 until 2011. A Democrat, he also served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003. Early lifeBorn in Bangor, Maine, Baldacci grew up with seven siblings in a Lebanese-Italian family. As a child, he worked in the family business, Momma Baldacci's restaurant in Bangor. A graduate of Bangor High School, he received a B.S. degree in history from the University of Maine at Orono. Political careerBaldacci was first elected to public office in 1978 at the age of 23, when he served on the Bangor City Council. He continued in politics, winning election to the Maine Senate in 1982. Baldacci served as a State Senator ...
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Anti-poverty programs signal of Baldacci's failure ‎

After reading David Farmer’s July 21 column, “Gov. LePage stacks the deck to avoid the Legislature,” I feel compelled to respond to some of the more baseless statements it contained. Farmer starts out the column claiming that Gov. Paul LePage is out to dismantle Maine’s “anti-poverty” programs. I find it sad but telling that a former deputy chief of staff to Gov. John Baldacci would view Maine’s safety net as an “anti-poverty program.” Let’s be clear, our safety net programs represent little more than a bright and shining beacon ...

Baldacci Takes Steps to Encourage School Flu Clinics

Gov. John Baldacci today signed an executive order aimed at encouraging more school flu vaccination clinics. Some school districts were concerned about potential liability issues involved in providing the clinics. In response, Baldacci issued an executive order that protects school districts and other vaccination clinic participants from liability, and provides immunity for approved health care workers who administer the flu vaccines. Baldacci's order directs the Maine Emergency Management Agency to work with other state agencies to designate "appropriate" health care workers to ...

Governor Baldacci Casts His Vote

Augusta - Maine's chief executive voted for the last time as governor. Monday morning, Governor John Baldacci and the first lady went to the polls in Augusta to cast their ballots. Baldacci, a two term governor, stressed the importance of voting in his weekly radio address over the weekend. Baldacci says he supports Libby Mitchell, both bond questions and voted no on the casino proposal. When asked if he had any words of advice for the next governor had this to say: "Enjoy all the free time that you have now and be prepared for an adventure of a lifetime. As they say, it's the front ...

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